W&L University removes gravemarker for Robert E. Lee’s horse

Even horses are not safe from woke mob

Washington & Lee University is partly named after Confederate General Robert E. Lee. However, the University has been purging itself of its Confederate heritage.

The gravestone for Robert E. Lee’s horse and a stone sign marking his post-war stable have both been removed.

A new gravestone was installed that only says “Traveller 1857-1871.”

The University has also remodeled Lee Chapel, where Robert E. Lee is buried. Plagues and artifacts related to Lee and the Civil War have been removed.